By Contributing Author: Sharon A. See
There was no doubt this past weekend was the first weekend of fall. Crisp temperatures came on quickly and with them come a desire for heartier fare.
Fall is the perfect time of year for soups, slow cooker recipes and casserole dishes. You can create hearty, healthy, time-saving meals that will free you up to enjoy the beautiful fall weather.
Soups, slow cooker, and casserole dishes are especially great for busy people. Everything cooks together in the same pot making for less cleanup. Unlike stovetop cooking, you don’t have to be there to watch over the cooking process. Most recipes can be modified to swap out foods you’re not so fond of and replace them with your favorites. And, you can easily make extra for a second meal and lunches.
There is really no downside to these types of meals.
To get you starting this season, I’ve shared with you three of my fall favorites. Make the most of these recipes with the freshest ingredients found at the Monroe Farmers’ Market.
About Sharon A. See
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The Monroe Farmers' Market is open June–October and offers fresh, locally-grown produce, baked goods, prepared foods and hand-crafted specialty foods to Connecticut locals.